Connecting to a Musical Instrument

To use the app, first connect your device to a compatible musical instrument.

You can connect via Bluetooth® (wireless connection) or using a cable (wired connection).

・To connect using cables, you will need to purchase the appropriate third-party cables.

Pianos

Compatible musical instrument

Bluetooth® connection

Cable connection

WU-BT10

Built-in

USB cable

Audio cable

Piano Roll
Score Viewer
Score Viewer (Pedal Turner)
Music Player
Live Concert Simulator
Piano Remote Controller
Descriptions of Well-known Songs*

Score Viewer
Music Player
Live Concert Simulator

Piano Roll
Score Viewer (Pedal Turner)
Piano Remote Controller
Descriptions of Well-known Songs*

Score Viewer
Music Player
Live Concert Simulator

AP-270*, AP-470*, PX-770*, PX-870*

-

-

-

PX-S1000*

-

PX-S1100*

-

-

PX-S3000

-

PX-S3100

-

CDP-S90, CDP-S100, CDP-S110, CDP-S150, CDP-S160, CDP-S350

-

-

CDP-S360

-

* You can play back songs from the descriptions of well-known songs.

Keyboards

Compatible musical instrument

Bluetooth® connection

Cable connection

WU-BT10

Built-in

USB cable

Audio cable

Piano Roll
Score Viewer
Music Player
Live Concert Simulator

 

Piano Roll

Score Viewer
Music Player
Live Concert Simulator

CT-S1, CT-S400, CT-S410, CT-S500, CT-S1000V, LK-S450

-

CT-S195, CT-S200, CT-S300, LK-S250

-

-

Bluetooth® connection

Adapter

adapter

WU-BT10

Musical instrument jack

TO_DEVICE

USB A jack

Attach and use the WU-BT10 as shown below.

・For details of the connection procedure, refer to the User’s Guide for your musical instrument.

Bluetooth® audio connection

Available functions

Score Viewer, Music Player, Live Concert Simulator

Procedure

  1. Using the controls on the musical instrument, enable Bluetooth audio pairing on the musical instrument.

  2. Enable the Bluetooth function in the settings on your smart device.

Bluetooth Low Energy MIDI connection

Available functions

Piano Roll, Score Viewer (Pedal Turner), Piano Remote Controller (pianos only), Descriptions of Well-known Songs (some piano models only), Live Concert Simulator

Procedure

Select WU-BT10 MIDI in the app’s connection settings and on the Bluetooth MIDI device.

Caution

If either of the messages below appears on your smart device the first time you open the app, you cannot use the Bluetooth Low Energy MIDI connection function.

“Your device does not support MIDI”

“Your device does not support Bluetooth MIDI”

Connecting via Built-in Bluetooth®

You can connect using built-in Bluetooth.

・For details of the connection procedure, use the Guide below.

PX-S1000 users

PX-S3000 users

Connecting via USB Cable

Pianos

Connection ports on the piano

The connection port layout differs depending the model used.

USB flash drive port

USB_memory_NO

Do not use with the app.

USB port

USB_memory_YES

Connect to this port.

Required Cables

・We advise that the cable recommended by the smart device manufacturer be used.

iPhone/iPad users

Device jack

Connection cable

Musical instrument jack

Lightning

Lightning
cable_1_comon + cable_1_comon_Apple_for Piano

Apple Lightning - USB camera adapter

USB cable (A-B type)

USB port

HOST_USB

USB-C

USB-C
cable_1_comon + cable_1_comon_USB_for Piano

Apple USB-C - USB adapter

USB cable (A-B type)

Android users

Device jack

Connection cable

Musical instrument jack

USB-C

USB-C
cable_1_Long_comon + cable_1_Long_comon_for Piano

USB cable (C-B type)

or

cable_1_comon + cable_1_comon_USB_Android_for Piano

USB-C - USB adapter

USB cable (A-B type)

USB port

HOST_USB

USB Micro-B

USB_micro-B
cable_1_comon + cable_1_comon_OTG_for Piano

USB OTG cable (micro B-A type)

USB cable (A-B type)

When the connection is successful

flow_conect + flow_conect_for Piano

App screen

Connect the smart device and musical instrument using a cable.

Connecting...

CASIO USB-MIDI

Connected

Failure to connect may be due to the following:

・The cable is not connected correctly (connected to the wrong jack).

・The cable/adapter used is incompatible.

→ Check “Required Cables”.

・The Android device used does not support USB-MIDI.

→ If a USB-MIDI incompatibility warning appears when you install the app on your smart device, you cannot connect to a musical instrument.

To check whether your Android terminal can be connected

If the message below appears on your smart device the first time you open the app after installing it, you cannot connect to a musical instrument.

conect_frame + conect_frame

Android device

Your device does not support MIDI.

[OK]

Keyboards

Required Cables

・Use a cable suitable for data communication.

・Do not use a dedicated charging cable.

iPhone/iPad users

Device jack

Connection cable

Musical instrument jack

Lightning

Lightning
cable_1_comon + cable_1_comon_Apple

Apple Lightning - USB camera adapter

USB cable A (male) - Micro-B (male)

Micro-B

TO_HOST

USB-C

USB-C
cable_1_comon + cable_1_comon_USB

USB-C - USB-A conversion adapter/cable

USB cable A (male) - Micro-B (male)

or

cable_1_Long_comon + cable_1_Long_comon

USB cable C (male) - Micro-B (male)

Android users

Device jack

Connection cable

Musical instrument jack

USB-C

USB-C
cable_1_comon + cable_1_comon_USB

USB-C - USB-A conversion adapter/cable

USB cable A (male) - Micro-B (male)

or

cable_1_Long_comon + cable_1_Long_comon

USB cable C (male) - Micro-B (male)

Micro-B

TO_HOST

USB Micro-B

USB_micro-B
cable_1_comon + cable_1_comon_OTG

USB OTG cable (Micro B-A type)

USB cable A (male) - Micro-B (male)

or

cable_1_Long_comon + cable_1_Long_comon_OTG

USB OTG cable Micro B (male) - Micro B (male)

When the connection is successful

flow_conect + flow_conect_for Piano

App screen

Connect the smart device and musical instrument using a cable.

Connecting...

CASIO USB-MIDI

Connected

Failure to connect may be due to the following:

・The cable is not connected correctly (connected to the wrong jack).

・The cable/adapter used is incompatible.

→ Check “Required Cables”.

・The Android device used does not support USB-MIDI.

→ If a USB-MIDI incompatibility warning appears when you install the app on your smart device, you cannot connect to a musical instrument.

To check whether your Android terminal can be connected

If the message below appears on your smart device the first time you open the app after installing it, you cannot connect to a musical instrument.

conect_frame + conect_frame

Android device

Your device does not support MIDI.

[OK]

Connecting via Audio Cable

Required Cables

・We advise that the cable recommended by the smart device manufacturer be used.

iPhone/iPad users

Device jack

Connection cable

Musical instrument jack

3.5 mm headphone jack

3_5mm
cable_2_Long_comon + cable_2_Long_comon

Audio cable (3.5 mm stereo mini)

AUDIO IN jack

AUDIO_IN

Lightning

Lightning
cable_2_comon + cable_2_comon_Apple

Lightning - 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter

Audio cable
(3.5 mm stereo mini)

USB-C

USB-C
cable_2_comon + cable_2_comon-USB

USB-C - 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter

Audio cable
(3.5 mm stereo mini)

・Some iPhone models are not bundled with a Lightning - 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter.

Android users

Device jack

Connection cable

Musical instrument jack

3.5 mm headphone jack

3_5mm
cable_2_Long_comon + cable_2_Long_comon

Audio cable (3.5 mm stereo mini)

AUDIO IN jack

AUDIO_IN

USB-C

USB-C
cable_2_comon + cable_2_comon-USB

USB-C - 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter

Audio cable
(3.5 mm stereo mini)

・Use the standard USB - 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter for your smart device. Some adapters may not work.